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BOYUP BROOK ARTISTS
Bev’s art gets back to nature with textile sculptures and paintings using a needle felting technique and natural fibres. Wool painted pet portraits and custom orders available.
Painter & Photographer
John is interested in the endless variety of colours and shapes of the natural world. His artistic journey started with photography and now continues with the brush.
Meriol loves colour and enjoys painting vibrant landscapes, seascapes, chickens and Guinea fowl. Recent experiments are with ‘garden art’, painting more boldly on corrugated iron.
One of Carolyn’s passions in life is art: looking, exploring and creating using a variety of mediums and styles. Recently she has been exploring the colours of Karijini using palette knife and acrylics on canvas and using family photographs to create pieces.
Glenda and Phil Osterlund
Painting and sculpture.
We are individual artists but of late have been working on collaborating our art. Our combined and individual art will be on display.
Lori is a figurative narrative artist combining both botanical and figurative genres to create works with a distinctive personalised 'language of flowers'
The diverse and beautiful Australian landscape is what inspires Neil to paint, and if there is a rustic old building or a rusty vintage car in that landscape – all the better.
E.J. (Eddie) Jasen
Wood Turner & Sculptor
E.J’s diverse range of wood turning, bone sculpture, metal work and fishing flies add another dimension to the already eclectic artistic talents displayed in the Little Art Gallery.
Gulia’s art is a REFLECTION of her life, her feelings and her culture. Art is how she expresses herself - creating images that help her deal with tough times. A canvas is a place to capture her impression of the world’s natural beauty. She takes inspiration from her environment and favorite artists. She loves looking at pictures of impressionists and studying the way they make light the main subject. Art is simple life captured on canvas. Gulia loves sharing her feelings of happiness as she paints roses in her garden - her art is a reflection of her world.
Mark hand spins local wool, Merino, Gotland, Romney and alpaca breeds. He will have a go at spinning anything including goat, camel, rabbit, bamboo, hemp cotton. He keeps the craft alive through teaching others.
Sandy has a love of the iconic Grass Tree and this is accompanied by many natural bush settings painted with watercolours. Sandy’s other interest is sculpturing in Soap Stone.
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